Facts:

It contains:
19 amino acids of which 8 are essential for life
21 trace elements, even germanium which is very rare in food staff and which helps to prevent    cancer
• 13% more protein than whole wheat
• the highest level of carotenoids (beta carotene and zeaxanthin) – antioxidants of all known fruits
• the second highest level of vitamin C in the world
• vitamins B1, B2, B6,
vitamin E , which is rarely found in fruits
Béta-szitoszterolt, egy gyulladásgátlót is tartalmaz, amely szintén csökkenti a vér koleszterin szintjét    és amelyet szexuális impotencia és prosztata megnagyobbodás kezelésére is használnak.
Essential fatty acids which are necessary for the body’s hormone production and the proper    functioning of the nervous system
Betaine, which is used by the liver to produce choline, a compound that calms nervousness, enhances    memory, promotes muscle growth, and protects against fatty liver disease. It has also been used as a    treatment for hepatitis B.
Physalin, which is active against all major types of leukemia. It has also been used as a treatment for    hepatitis B. Solavetivone, a powerful anti-fungal and anti-bacterial compound.
Beta-Sitoserol, an anti-inflammatory agent. It has been used to treat sexual impotence and prostate    enlargement. It also lowers cholesterol.
Cyperone, a sesquiterpene that benefits the heart and blood pressure. It has also been used in the    treatment of cervical cancer.
• The goji is a very rich source of selenium, which enhances the efficiency of chemotherapy and reduces    the toxicity of the drugs. It also helps to prevent the recurrence of tuberculosis. Research shows that    HIV/AIDS infections are more numerous in areas where the soil is selenium deficient.


It also contains germanium, which has an antibacterial effect.

The goji berry was rated the food with the highest antioxidant ability on the ORAC scale with an amazing 3,472 ORAC units.

The ORAC scale is a standardized test used by the US Department of Agriculture to measure the total antioxidant level in foods. ORAC stands for “Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity,” and the measurement is expressed as “ORAC units per 100 grams” of a given food.